LCHS FFA and FFA Alumni enjoy a very successful fundraiser

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[February 18, 2013]     Send a link to a friend

The Lincoln Community High School FFA had a pancake and sausage breakfast in the LCHS cafeteria Sunday morning. By the time the live auction started at 10 a.m., the cafeteria was completely full of people supporting the chapter.

The reason for the event was to raise money for projects of the local FFA chapter and to provide a scholarship for one member each year to attend college.

Seth Unger, FFA president, commented: "There are 60 FFA members at LCHS and over 200 students enrolled in the agriculture classes."

First-year faculty adviser Dr. Penny Wittler is excited about the prospect of being a part of the organization. "I just love the kids and the FFA program. This is a really terrific organization and the students are wonderful," she said.

Betsy Pech, faculty adviser of the Hartsburg High School FFA, was in attendance to show her support for the Lincoln fundraiser. She mentioned that "this week is National FFA Week."

The LCHS FFA wanted to send special thanks to Dave Conrady for donating the pork for the event.

Pictures and text by Curt Fox


Group photo of LCHS FFA members and Dr. Penny Wittler, FFA faculty adviser and LCHS ag sciences teacher

Left to right: Megan Opperman, Katie Kelly, Dr. Penny Wittler, Seaton Landstrom (behind Dr. Wittler),
Morgan Marthers, Ryan Hedrick, Sam Opperman

Seth Unger, LCHS FFA president


FFA members Morgan Marthers, on the left, and Katie Kelly manned the donation table.

Tables filled with happy diners were a common sight throughout the day.


No... you're not seeing double. Well, actually, in a way you are! 



Megan Opperman works the serving line, filling plates for hungry customers.


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